The following people are among those who have appeared before magistrates courts in Swindon and Salisbury recently.

Royal Wootton Bassett: Stewart Hendry, 32, of Queens Road, who has been convicted of three previous stalking crimes, has had his case adjourned until June 26. He denies stalking his employment counsellor by sending her 113 text messages, saying he would kill himself unless she responded. On one occasion, the court heard he had asked her to look out of a window, and he was on top of a car park threatening to jump because she didn’t like him. The case has been adjourned for a case management meeting.

CORSHAM: 24-year-old Issac Mould, from Oliver Avenue, has been remanded on unconditional bail after he pleaded not guilty to sharing a private sexual photograph of a woman without her consent, with the intent to cause her distress.

MALMESBURY: Rachel Meadon of Sir Bernard Lovell Road, 24, has pleaded not guilty to attacking two women. She has been ordered not to contact either of them before the trial at Swindon magistrates in July.

Devizes: An application for a notification order in the case of Daniel Nita, 31, of Granary Close, who was convicted of raping a 13-year- old girl in Romania, has been granted. Once the order is translated into English and Romanian he must report to Melksham Police.

WESTBURY: Jason Thorne, 30, of Black Dog Hill has denied beating another man. He was bailed until the next court hearing and in the meantime has been ordered not to enter The Brambles Estate in Salisbury.

Royal Wootton Bassett: 30-year-old Craig Harfield of Hook Street has pleaded guilty of breaking a restraining order but denies attacking the woman he contacted and damaging a clothes horse. He has been remanded in custody until the hearing on July 2.

Trowbridge: Colin Cooke, 47, of Bramley Lane, denies attacking a woman, but admits damaging kitchenware, a large lounge window and a mobile phone belonging to her, and to resisting arrest. He also admits possessing six grammes of cannabis and driving while disqualified. He has been remanded on bail until July 9 and has been electronically tagged and curfewed between 7pm and 6am daily.

Melksham: Terry Hall, aged 57, of Berryfield Lane, has had an assault case against her discontinued.

TIDWORTH: Iain Armstrong, 31, of Wylye Road, Tidworth, was given an absolute discharge after he asked magistrates to reopen a conviction dating back to April that he drove a Vauxhall Zafira in Tidworth without insurance. He said he had not received notification that the insurance policy had been cancelled.

Westbury: Wiltshire Police won an application for a domestic violence protection order against Michael Mills, 34, of Brabant Way, Westbury. It prevents him from going to a house on Eagle Road, Warminster, for the next month.

WILTSHIRE: The court varied bail given to Reece Barnes, 25, who has already admitted assaulting a woman, failing to provide a specimen of blood and taking a BMW without consent, allegedly in Wiltshire.

He has been bailed with a curfew to a house on Dudley Road, Dudley. A pre-sentence report has already been ordered and he is next due before the court on July 2.

tidworth: Sean Price, 25, of Horne Road, Bulford Camp, had faced a charge of driving a Vauxhall Corsa in Tidworth last September while disqualified from driving. The court register records that the case against him has been discontinued.

salisbury: Suzanne Henderson, 46, of East Green, Shaftesbury, pleaded guilty to entering a house in Salisbury on November 6 last year that had been closed by order of the court. She was fined £350 and ordered to pay £30 victim surcharge, with the sum deemed paid by time served in the police cells.

Magistrates granted a three-month closure order on the home of Samantha Fernando Cox, who lives on Friary Lane, Salisbury. Wiltshire Council made the application under anti-social behaviour laws.

Magistrates granted a second closure order to Wiltshire Council on the home of Katie King in Blackfriars Way, Salisbury.